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ERIC Number: ED024961
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb
Pages: 27
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Pupil Expulsion. A Study of Selected Legal Aspects and Their Application in Minnesota.
Doty, Ralph R.
This paper provides Minnesota school administrators with a guide for dealing with student expulsion, primarily those cases resulting from discipline problems. Under law, only a board of education can expel a pupil. The two general areas in which expulsion may be justified are offenses committed on school property during school hours, and offenses committed by pupils outside the school's jurisdiction which tend to bring contempt or ridicule upon the school or disrupt its usual routine. Specific behaviors discussed included membership in secret societies, immorality, smoking, marriage of students, and pregnancies. (KP)
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Authoring Institution: Educational Research and Development Council of Northeast Minnesota, Duluth.